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It seems to that Stossel is advocating that, instead of a single private corporation setting monetary policy, he wants LOTS of private corporations setting monetary policy! No thanks, I think one private corporation screws things up enough,
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:40 PM
HeeHee! That's a real good question!
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:35 PM
OK, maybe no pith helmet. But surely these are the deepest, darkest depths of the Rightwing/Conservative jungle that we are both traipsing about in, yet here I am.
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:35 PM
OK, maybe no pith helmet. But surely these are the deepest, darkest depths of the Rightwing/Conservative jungle that we are both traipsing about in, yet here I am.
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:35 PM
OK, maybe no pith helmet. But surely these are the deepest, darkest depths of the Rightwing/Conservative jungle that we are both traipsing about in, yet here I am.
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:35 PM
OK, maybe no pith helmet. But surely these are the deepest, darkest depths of the Rightwing/Conservative jungle that we are both traipsing about in, yet here I am.
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 1:06 PM
"Seriously, Clovis, your presence here does more to confirm Prager's thesis than it serves to contradict rmccarthy." How can you seriously advance this idea? Prager's column is all about how (in his mind) Liberals ignore conservative thought. Yet here I am, as I often am, studying this exotic species up close & personal and even interacting with you outlandish "Conservative" types in an approximation of your native tongue... (Actually, I'm wearing a Pith Helmet....)
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:52 PM
Oops! Sorry for the multiple posts. I was laughing too hard...
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:51 PM
The dramatic part of the incident was that there really was a frog in Nicholas' basin of bread-and-milk; he had put it there himself, so he felt entitled to know something about it. The sin of taking a frog from the garden and putting it into a bowl of wholesome bread-and-milk was enlarged on at great length, but the fact that stood out clearest in the whole affair, as it presented itself to the mind of Nicholas, was that the older, wiser, and better people had been proved to be profoundly in error in matters about which they had expressed the utmost assurance.
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:51 PM
The dramatic part of the incident was that there really was a frog in Nicholas' basin of bread-and-milk; he had put it there himself, so he felt entitled to know something about it. The sin of taking a frog from the garden and putting it into a bowl of wholesome bread-and-milk was enlarged on at great length, but the fact that stood out clearest in the whole affair, as it presented itself to the mind of Nicholas, was that the older, wiser, and better people had been proved to be profoundly in error in matters about which they had expressed the utmost assurance.
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Clovis_Sangrail Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:51 PM
The dramatic part of the incident was that there really was a frog in Nicholas' basin of bread-and-milk; he had put it there himself, so he felt entitled to know something about it. The sin of taking a frog from the garden and putting it into a bowl of wholesome bread-and-milk was enlarged on at great length, but the fact that stood out clearest in the whole affair, as it presented itself to the mind of Nicholas, was that the older, wiser, and better people had been proved to be profoundly in error in matters about which they had expressed the utmost assurance.
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